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Total newbee with bad left knee here. Replaced OEM shifter with aftermarket that is longer & sticks out more so is easier to find. Don’t know if I have it too high. Any advice appreciated.

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Total newbee with bad left knee here. Replaced OEM shifter with aftermarket that is longer & sticks out more so is easier to find. Don’t know if I have it too high. Any advice appreciated.

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That looks like the same shifter I have on mine. Where did you find that shifter? I need 2 more of them....Thanks

By the way, mine is rotated clockwise to about a 45 degree angle from horizontal. the wide design allows it to clear the stator cover. I upshift with my heel. This keeps the shifter out of harms way...
 

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That looks like the same shifter I have on mine. Where did you find that shifter? I need 2 more of them....Thanks

By the way, mine is rotated clockwise to about a 45 degree angle from horizontal. the wide design allows it to clear the stator cover. I upshift with my heel. This keeps the shifter out of harms way...
Came from MC POWERSPORTS via: Amazon. Manufactured by ProTaper, MPN: SF-623 JY-7203-A. Will have to look at upshifting with heel.

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Hey OFG, I posted a thread like this back in the summer (bought my first TW last year). I found I couldn't shift easily with my full-height O'Neal boots but just adjusting the shift lever "one click" up was enough to make it so I could shift up and down easier. Also helps that I sit a bit further forward now too, gives the front end more grip too shifting my weight more towards the front
 
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